Gregor Heard, FarmOnline

Gregor Heard


Horsham, VIC, Australia

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Past articles by Gregor:

Big yield gains possible with deep sown wheat

Deep sowing wheat lines with long coleoptiles could increase yields by over a tonne to the hectare in... → Read More

Long coleoptile wheat research wins $12.7 million GRDC investment

The GRDC is funding a $12.7 project looking to develop more robust wheat varieties, focusing on longer coleoptile... → Read More

Wimmera Machinery Field Days returns for first event since 2020

The opening day of the Wimmera Machinery Field Days on Tuesday saw crowds streaming through the gates for... → Read More

Wheat production in Australia set to fall after golden era

Australian wheat production is set to fall a hefty 28pc year on year, but the good news is... → Read More

Australia sets new national crop record

Australia has broken last year's record for winter crop production on the back of record years in WA,... → Read More

Sugar jumps in the short term before gentle decline

The value of the 2022-23 Australian sugar crop is expected to jump sharply from the previous season on... → Read More

Canola establishment subject of $8.2 million research project

The GRDC is spending up big in an effort to minimise the impact of poor establishment in canola. → Read More

Bureau of Meteorology tips a dry autumn for most of Australia

Australia is more likely than not to fail to see median rainfall through the autumn months according to... → Read More

Septoria tritici blight leaps to second most damaging wheat disease

Septoria tritici blight, traditionally a disease of high rainfall zones, caused substantial damage in drier areas last year. → Read More

Harm van Rees award handed out for just the fifth time at Birchip

A long-time collaborator with Birchip Cropping Group has taken out the prestigious Harm van Rees award, handed out... → Read More

Climate forecasters look at what to expect after three La Ninas

Three consecutive La Nina events are very rare, a climate expert took a look at what to expect... → Read More

Frost risk management through mixed variety plantings

Planting of separate varieties with different flowering times in the same paddock can help lower frost risk in... → Read More

Grain classification overhaul to create value

Industry good body Grains Australia is embarking on an overhaul of the nation's grain classification systems. → Read More

Big yielding crops take large chunk of soil nutrients with them

Last year's big crops in low rainfall zones were celebrated but a fertiliser expert has warned that the... → Read More

BCG trial review day looks at weather, glyphosate, nutrition and more

Farmers will get the inside word on key issues for 2023 such as climate and nutrition at BCG's... → Read More

Wagga Wagga home of new grains research facility

A joint investment between the GRDC and NSW DPI has seen a new cutting edge grains research facility... → Read More

Kaniva's sheep trail and stencil art gets a makeover

Visitors to Kaniva will notice a fresh new look along the town's sheep art trail and wool stencil... → Read More

TTMI expands its Case IH dealership network to Colac

TTMI will open a new Case IH dealership at Colac in western Victoria complementing its branch at nearby... → Read More

T-Ports talks up its impact on grain pricing, local employment

South Australia port operator T-Ports says it has helped boost local employment and lifted grain prices on the... → Read More

T-Ports looks at further expansion with low cost port model

Grain port operator T-Ports is set to export over 800,000 tonnes of grain this marketing year and is... → Read More